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On Windows, if a customer disabled a network adapter it would force them to re-activate. Now it just acts as a “fuzzy change”. In the upcoming TurboActivate 4.0, the fingerprinting algorithm has been vastly improved to reduce all known false-positives and false-negatives. This is not that improvement.
On Windows (and some unconfirmed Mac OS X reports) in some regions of the world TurboActivate failed to contact the activation servers even if there was nothing locally (on the computer or LAN) blocking the connection. This has been fixed by back-porting the vast amount of networking improvements back from TurboActivate 4.0.
This bug was a result of an ISP-level configuration error that effected a chunk of customers in Australia and New Zealand.
All communication with the activation servers now happens over HTTPS on port 443. This prevents system administrators or any middle-men from inserting junk into reponses to/from the servers. Previously sensitive information was encrypted, but the data was transmitted over HTTP under most circumstances.
Included XCode project for the C example (1 project for dynamic linkage, another for static linkage)
Hey Guys (and girls),
This is a short, but long overdue, update to tell you we’ve extensively tested all of our products with the current pre-release build of Windows 10 (10240), and everything is working perfectly. So if you’re using the latest version of TurboActivate and TurboFloat (get the latest versions on your API page), and the latest version of wyBuild, then you’ll be able to continue to use the best licensing and updaters with all currently supported versions of Windows.
(And of course, with TurboActivate and TurboFloat, you’ll be able to continue to use the best licensing on Mac OS X, Linux, and soon Android in addition to the Windows support).
We’ll of course test everything with the final Windows 10 once it comes out.
We keep an up-to-date list of compatibility and requirements on their own pages:
This past week we did major work and expansion to our server infrastructure to support the big features that are coming to LimeLM in the very near future.
The only changes that you will see currently (as of me writing this) is a healthy speed-up for all requests (managing licenses in LimeLM, online activations, deactivations, web API requests, etc.). But visible — and very cool! — features are coming soon.
I’m excited! I can’t wait to show off our hard work to our growing, loyal, customer base.
And because of this we’ve had an influx of “licensing refugees” — customers leaving old and defunct licensing products for LimeLM. To make this transition easier we’ve done 2 things:
We’re providing a discount for all customers that switch to LimeLM.
We’ve made importing your old data very easy.
For customers that switch over to LimeLM anytime between now until the end of July 2013 you’ll get the Basic plan for the Solo plan price ($11/month). This special price lasts for as long as you stay on the Basic plan. We hope your business grows so you can outgrow the Basic plan and move up — mutual self-interest :).
Whether you’re switching from Sharify or one of the many other old, defunct, or poorly designed competitors taking advantage of this discount is easy. Here’s how you take advantage of the discount:
The shoot us an email (or give us a call) with something that we can use to verify you were a user of one of our competitors (any competitor — still standing, soon to shut-down, or long defunct).
After you take those 2 steps, we’ll manually apply the discount to your account.
So why should you choose LimeLM? Well, we have a whole article about it: What is hardware-locked licensing and why choose LimeLM?. But here’s a brief rundown of our benefits:
LimeLM and TurboActivate (the part you include with your app) work on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Solaris and Android support will be added soon as per customer demand.
You can integrate TurboActivate into your app no matter what programming language you use. Right now we have example integrations for all major programming languages (C, C++, C#, VB.NET, VBA, Adobe AIR, Java, Delphi, etc., etc., etc.). We add more example integrations based on customer demand.
We make things dead simple for you to create and manage your licenses.
We have customers ranging in size from small one-man companies to Fortune 500 companies. In other words, large and small companies alike put their trust in us.
We’ve been profitable since our first year in business and we’ve been growing steadily. This means we’re not going anywhere.
On top of all that, if you’re still not sure whether you want to use LimeLM then you still have a couple of options. We have a free plan that you can play around with. Or you can contact us and we’ll walk through any questions or concerns you have.
Switching to LimeLM is fairly easy, and you can make it seamless for your customers. Read the “How to switch your licensing to LimeLM and TurboActivate” article for the best practices.
Also, if you have old license meta-data you want to import into LimeLM then simply click the “Import product keys” link in your LimeLM dashboard:
The import wizard requires data to be in CSV format. To get the data out of Sharify, for example, just click the “Sales as CSV” link in your Sharify dashboard:
If you have questions or need help you can contact us by email, forum, or phone. We’ll be glad to help.
Sign up for LimeLM right now. You’ll be glad you did.